The Lifework of Christine Marek

October 25, 2009

Fortune Delight Teas are Amazingly Good for YOU

Filed under: Sunrider — Tags: , , , — christine @ 3:59 am

 

 

Sunrider’s Fortune Delight Teas are a very important and helpful part of my day.

They not only taste great but they give my body so many important gifts. This is what I’ve learned about Sunrider’s Fortune Teas;

 

The human body’s natural systems and processes remove impurities and wastes. Sunrider’s Fortune Delight Teas are one of Sunrider’s herb beverages designed to assist these natural elimination processes. While many of the undesirable elements we take into our bodies are quickly eliminated, others may be stored - and even trapped - in the body, especially in fat cells. Sunrider’s Fortune Delight Teas compliment the natural processes assisting in the elimination of wastes and impurities which may be stored in the body’s cells. Many Fortune tea consumers have reported improved digestion; increased energy and stamina; natural slenderness; and lower cholesterol levels. (That sounds like ME!)

 

Everyday I drink 32 ounces of Fortune Delight Tea twice a day; in the morning and the afternoon. I mix one packet of the concentrated and dehydrated teas into 32 ounces of water. Please know that the Fortune teas come in lemon, peach, berry and regular flavors and mix the best with room temperature water.

 

If you like your tea a bit sweet like me, add Sunrider’s advanced liquid formula from the extract to the Stevia plant called SunnyDew. Just one drop of this liquid keeps my sweet tooth appeased and my pancreas happy, too.

 

The ingredients of Sunrider’s Fortune Delight Tea include the following;

Camellia Extract, an exotic blend of Chrysanthemum Flower Extract, Jasmine Extract, LaLang Grass Root Extract, Apple Juice, Raspberry Juice, and it’s full of antioxidants.

Christine Marek- Call or email me if you’d want to order Fortune Delight Tea.

Sunrider Fan and Independent Consultant

P. 480.491.9551

Christine@christinemarek.com

 

 

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